2004 CES / T.H.E Show in Las Vegas
DakiOm Feedback Stabilizers
were used in systems at the 2004 Consumer
Electronics Show and The
Home Entertainment Show in Las Vegas. The Stabilizers helped
manufacturers bring out the best sound from the products they were
demonstrating. Here are some pictures from the two shows.
We met Brian Cheney a
couple weeks before CES and after hearing our stabilizers on his own
audio equipment, he was impressed and asked if he could take them with
him to CES to help demonstrate his new RM-30 speakers. The new RM-30 by
the way sounds great and the stabilizers only help to show off the
incredible detail of these speakers.
Thorough Bass Inc. (TBI)
Jan Plummer, the
founder of TBI, makes an amazing subwoofer. Not only can the subwoofer
produce very tight and powerful bass, it does so with a level of
musicality and speed not found in other conventional subwoofers. After
adding R103 Feedback Stabilizers to the CD and preamp outputs as well as
A103s to the amplifier driving the main speakers, the sound got even
better. The stabilizers help the subwoofers show off their ability to
produce very fine bass details. They also help to keep the mids and
highs in phase with the bass to yield an even better full range of
sound. There was good sound to be found at the TBI Booth at T.H.E Show.
By Madison Fielding Inc.
Art Powers, Sr. and his
son Art Powers, Jr. have audiophile quality speakers that looks like a
regular planter and can be kept outdoors with real plants in them. At
their booth at T.H.E Show, Diana Krall sounded good with these speakers
before the stabilizers were added. But after adding a full set of DakiOm
Feedback Stabilizers to the CD player outputs, tape/record outputs,
preamp outputs, and amplifier outputs, WOW did these speakers sound
fantastic! The imaging was superb and the sound was very clear and open.